Senior Research Fellow
Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Dr Kelvin Anoh received MSc degree in Data Telecommunications and Networks from the University of Salford – UK in 2010. On completion of his studies, he worked on a project that investigated Management of Energy Consumption of Data Centres. Dr Anoh received PhD degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Bradford – UK, in 2015. He joined the Communications and Smart Systems Research Group in Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU), UK in 2016 as a Postdoctoral Research Associate where he worked on a recently completed Innovate UK and EPSRC project (“Smart in-building micro-grid for energy management”) in collaboration with two other industrial partners. The project received the MMU Knowledge Exchange Project Award and the MMU Outstanding Knowledge Exchange Project Award of year 2016. Presently, Dr Anoh works on the ongoing Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading and Sharing – 3M (Multi-times, Multi-scales, Multi-qualities) EPSRC UK-Korea project in collaboration with Oxford, Imperial College and Bath Universities (UK) including Gachon University, I-ON Communications LTD (South Korea), etc. He received the best paper award at the ICFNDS conference, Cambridge in 2017. He has published over 60 peer-reviewed conference and journal papers. His interests are in the areas of smart-grid, wireless/power line communications, machine learning and emerging technologies.